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Each gifts supports Australian Christian workers serving alongside people of Asia or the Arab world.

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Featured projects

  1. Connect Street Work

    CONNECTING with youth who are using drugs, SUPPORTING them, REFERring them to other NGOs that do rehab and vocational training and FOLLOW UP so they are transitioning to a healthy future.
    $0.00 donated of $7,000.00 goal
  2. Finding Treasure: Romans

    Local language commentaries that help people study and truly understand the Bible
    $230.00 donated of $5,000.00 goal
  3. Rok Kern local team member

    Rok Kern is a positive alternative to visiting orphanages and further harming Cambodia’s vulnerable children.
    $0.00 donated of $7,500.00 goal

Love changes everything

Mountainroads

Patience and Professionalism

We came to this country later in our careers. Over the last five years our focus has been on childhood disability, and now our clinical work, teaching and research and our learning from these areas help provide input into national health policy. We’re still asking the same questions we were at the outset. Is our…

HeartsInColours

Finding love without strings

Nour is one of the new faces at our art group today. “I love drawing”, she says, “but I never get time to do it at home”. Her tangled black curls bob with each stroke of the pencil, with each sip from her tiny glass of tea. And she begins to share about the life…

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Excerpts of a journey

A country in Central Asia UNICEF data: Only one-third of the population is literate. Fewer than half of the men can read. Fewer than one in five women can read. First day of six-week teacher training course Teacher: I have to admit that I did not want to come on this training during our school…